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Waypost Solar Project, USA

Waypost Solar Project, USA

In development

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About the project

Waypost Solar Project

Enel Green Power is developing the Waypost Solar Project in the vicinity of Templeville and Marydel townships in Caroline County, Maryland. Featuring 92 MW of solar power capacity, Waypost Solar will produce enough carbon-free electricity to power over 15,000 Maryland households and avoid the emission of more than 113,000 tons of CO2 each year. Commercial operations are expected to begin in 2023.

Our company has a proven record of developing solar and wind projects nationwide. We strive not only to be a good neighbor, but also to become a strong community partner by collaborating closely with landowners and civic leaders to create projects that benefit local residents.

Having an open dialogue with local residents is important to us, and we are dedicated to seeking community input and incorporating as much of that feedback as possible into our plans.

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In development



92MW Solar 


Landowners and acreage

9 landowners and 550 panel acres 

Community Impact

Economic Benefit

The Waypost project will generate an estimated $21 million in tax revenue over its lifetime, which will benefit the local school district and other public services. The project will also create between 150-200 jobs during construction, and generate predictable, long-term income for landowners.

Agricultural Presence

Agricultural presence can be maintained throughout the life of the project through native vegetation and other dual-use practices such as livestock grazing and bee pollination. This type of low-impact installation preserves farmland for its original use after project decommissioning.

Visual Impact

Compared to many other types of commercial development, low-profile solar panels present minimal visual impact. Vegetative screening will be added around nearby homes. 


Creating social and economic opportunities for local communities

We are proud to stand side by side with local residents, skilled tradespeople and landowners as we promote a shared value creation plan that both listens and responds to the needs of Caroline County through our renewable energy projects.

Learn more about the benefits of our projects

Contact Us

Do you have any questions? We want to hear from you. If you have any inquiries about the project please contact the Development Manager at Communications.NorthAmerica@enel.com. For other questions please enter your information below and we will be in touch shortly. 

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